It’s quite normal to rotate the display of your Mac – a landscape display works most of the time, but sometimes we need to turn the screen on our Macs and use it in portrait orientation. While it is true that you can physically rotate the screen, it is also true that this process takes time and energy. The good news is that there is another way that can help you rotate the screen easily.
- Start by opening System Preferences. Simply click the Apple logo located at the top left corner and you will see the System Preferences tab. After that, you will have to choose Displays which is located in the second row. This is actually the first option there.
- Next, while you are in the Display tab, you will notice a feature called Rotation. The default setting is Standard. Obviously, you will change this setting to 90 degrees. Keep in mind that in this way, you will rotate the Mac screen clockwise for a ¼
As you can see, using this option is not very difficult and this approach is more convenient compared to the physical approach. If you use this option frequently, this is the best way to do it.